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Diesel Tractor Engine

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simcoe engineering

02-24-2005 06:06:14




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Could you please provide for me, ASAP, any and all exhaust & emission data on a diesel engine with the following:
Model # - 2726T
Capacity - 5.95L
RPM - 1250-2400
Serial # - E1046/001 FU
I require this information for 100,75,50 and 25% loading factors. If you cannot find this information, could you please let me know of another possible source who could help.

Thank-you and have a great day.

Shannon Swartz
Simcoe Engineering

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Rod F.

02-25-2005 13:59:07




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 Re: Diesel Tractor Engine in reply to simcoe engineering, 02-24-2005 06:06:14  
I don't know where you would find the emissions data, but it's safe to say it's not going to meet Tier II. From looking at the model number, you have a Ford 2700 series based engine. This would go back in time a fair distance. Is this engine presently used in a marine application, or a genset, or just a standard industrial application? From what I know, Ford did not provide this engine for marine apps as such, but if it has been marinized, then it could have been done by Mermaid, Lunenburg Foundry (Senator) or a host of others. If it is a Senator, then probably Lunenburg Foundry and Engineering could provide some data. I don't know their ph. no, but just look up the business listings for Lunenburg NS. As far as I know they are still active. HTH.

Rod

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Jerry/MT

02-24-2005 19:35:39




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 Re: Diesel Tractor Engine in reply to simcoe engineering, 02-24-2005 06:06:14  
The only place I could recommend you look for this data is the manufacturer of the tractor.



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Joey R

02-24-2005 17:13:18




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 Re: Diesel Tractor Engine in reply to simcoe engineering, 02-24-2005 06:06:14  
Emission data is typically not collected on older tractors, the type most commonly discussed here. Good luck finding your info. I have seen emission lists published by the EPA (www.epa.gov) that listed emission data for newer stuff. You might try checking there.
Joe



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